featuring Sarah Jackson, OBE and leading authority on work-life issues
The impact of the pandemic disproportionately affected women at work and it continues to present challenges regarding gender equality.
Various forms of hybrid working are now likely to be the norm and HR Leaders must think carefully about how to implement the hybrid workplace as fairly as possible.
Register for this on-demand webinar and join Join Sarah Jackson, OBE and leading authority on work-life issues, for an insightful discussion around how implementing hybrid working can be made fairer for women.
In this interview and Q&A, Sarah will discuss the most important considerations when establishing hybrid environments and offer practical suggestions for anyone wanting to create fair and equitable workplaces.
Sarah Jackson, OBE
Sarah Jackson is a leading authority on work-life issues in the UK. For over 25 years she has shaped family-friendly policy, legislation and public attitudes. As CEO of the work-life charity Working Families until 2018, Sarah built up an unparalleled track-record of highly impactful practical work, research and thought leadership on issues around gender discrimination at work, family friendly and flexible working best practice, and of policy development. She was awarded an OBE for services to quality of life issues in 2007 and was appointed as a Visiting Professor at Cranfield University School of Management in 2019.